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program count: 45
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 26/11/2021  13:55-14:47  (52) 
Elbridge Colby, The Strategy of Denial
Trump administration Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Elbridge Colby, who led the development of the 2018 National Defense Strategy, presents his strategy to contain China.
 26/11/2021  14:47-15:01  (14) 
Benjamin Powell, Wretched Refuse?
Interviews with authors attending FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held in Rapid City, South Dakota, this year.
 26/11/2021  15:01-15:03  (2) 
Author Discussion on COVID-19 and Future Pandemics [NEW]
 26/11/2021  15:03-15:19  (16) 
U.S. Senate [NEW]
The Senate holds a brief pro forma session; no legislative business nor votes take place.
 26/11/2021  15:19-15:45  (26) 
Author Discussion on COVID-19 and Future Pandemics [NEW]
 26/11/2021  15:45-16:29  (44) 
Tamara Payne, The Dead Are Arising Virtual [NEW]
Tamara Payne recounts the life of Malcolm X in her Pulitzer Prize-winning biography, "The Dead Are Arising."
 26/11/2021  16:29-17:13  (44) 
Author Discussion on the Legacy of Slavery in America [NEW]
Authors Annette Gordon Reed and Clint Smith talk about the legacy of slavery in America.
 26/11/2021  17:13-17:56  (43) 
Author Discussion on the Environment and Sustainability Virtual [NEW]
Authors Laurie David and Tatiana Schlossberg offer their thoughts on how to create a more sustainable planet.
 26/11/2021  17:56-18:54  (58) 
Author Discussion on Women and Work Virtual [NEW]
Authors Minda Hart, Danielle Dreilinger, Dominique Mielle and Colleen Ammerman discuss women and work.
 26/11/2021  18:54-19:38  (44) 
Author Discussion on History and Graphic Novels [NEW]
 26/11/2021  19:38-20:37  (59) 
Author Discussion on Woke Leadership [NEW]
Authors Priscilla Douglas, Tracy Bailey and Steven Rogers offer their thoughts on woke leadership.
 26/11/2021  20:37-21:35  (58) 
Author Discussion on Race and Identity [NEW]
Authors Chanda Prescod-Weinstein and Brian Broome discuss race and identity.
 26/11/2021  21:35-22:29  (54) 
Author Discussion on Political and Social Activism [NEW]
Authors Crystal Fleming, Kekla Magoon, Jamia Wilson and De Nichols weigh in on political and social activism and how to become involved.
 26/11/2021  22:29-23:12  (43) 
Anita Diamant, Period. End of Sentence - A New Chapter in the Fight for Menstrual Justice [NEW]
Journalist Anita Diamant looks at the history of menstruation and shares stories of how a new generation of activists are working to dispel myths and misinformation about periods.
 26/11/2021  23:12-00:10  (58) 
Author Discussion on the Legacy and Power of Black Organizing and Black Institutions [NEW]
Authors Martha Jones, Eddie Cole and Kate Masur examine the legacy and power of Black organizing and Black institutions in America.
 27/11/2021  00:10-01:01  (51) 
Fmr. Gov. Bill Haslam, Faithful Presence
Former Gov. Bill Haslam (R-Tenn.) offers his thoughts on why he believes faith can have a redemptive role in politics.
 27/11/2021  01:01-01:56  (55) 
Victor Davis Hanson, The Dying Citizen
Hoover Institution senior fellow Victor Davis Hanson argues that the idea of American citizenship and the ideals associated with it are in danger of disappearing.
 27/11/2021  01:56-02:48  (52) 
Elbridge Colby, The Strategy of Denial
Trump administration Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense Elbridge Colby, who led the development of the 2018 National Defense Strategy, presents his strategy to contain China.
 27/11/2021  02:48-03:01  (13) 
Benjamin Powell, Wretched Refuse?
Interviews with authors attending FreedomFest, an annual libertarian conference held in Rapid City, South Dakota, this year.
 27/11/2021  03:01-03:45  (44) 
Author Discussion on COVID-19 and Future Pandemics
 27/11/2021  03:45-04:29  (44) 
Tamara Payne, The Dead Are Arising Virtual
Tamara Payne recounts the life of Malcolm X in her Pulitzer Prize-winning biography, "The Dead Are Arising."
 27/11/2021  04:29-05:13  (44) 
Author Discussion on the Legacy of Slavery in America
Authors Annette Gordon Reed and Clint Smith talk about the legacy of slavery in America.
 27/11/2021  05:13-05:56  (43) 
Author Discussion on the Environment and Sustainability Virtual
Authors Laurie David and Tatiana Schlossberg offer their thoughts on how to create a more sustainable planet.
 27/11/2021  05:56-06:54  (58) 
Author Discussion on Women and Work Virtual
Authors Minda Hart, Danielle Dreilinger, Dominique Mielle and Colleen Ammerman discuss women and work.
 27/11/2021  06:54-07:38  (44) 
Author Discussion on History and Graphic Novels
 27/11/2021  07:38-08:37  (59) 
Author Discussion on Woke Leadership
Authors Priscilla Douglas, Tracy Bailey and Steven Rogers offer their thoughts on woke leadership.
 27/11/2021  08:37-09:35  (58) 
Author Discussion on Race and Identity
Authors Chanda Prescod-Weinstein and Brian Broome discuss race and identity.
 27/11/2021  09:35-10:29  (54) 
Author Discussion on Political and Social Activism
Authors Crystal Fleming, Kekla Magoon, Jamia Wilson and De Nichols weigh in on political and social activism and how to become involved.
 27/11/2021  10:29-11:12  (43) 
Anita Diamant, Period. End of Sentence - A New Chapter in the Fight for Menstrual Justice
Journalist Anita Diamant looks at the history of menstruation and shares stories of how a new generation of activists are working to dispel myths and misinformation about periods.
 27/11/2021  11:12-12:10  (58) 
Author Discussion on the Legacy and Power of Black Organizing and Black Institutions
Authors Martha Jones, Eddie Cole and Kate Masur examine the legacy and power of Black organizing and Black institutions in America.
 27/11/2021  12:10-13:00  (50) 
Fmr. Gov. Bill Haslam, Faithful Presence
Former Gov. Bill Haslam (R-Tenn.) offers his thoughts on why he believes faith can have a redemptive role in politics.
 27/11/2021  13:00-14:10  (70) 
Lectures in History
Abram Van Engen of Washington University in St. Louis teaches a class about how the Pilgrims became part of the United States' founding story in 19th-century history textbooks.
 27/11/2021  14:10-15:00  (50) 
Nashville After the War of 1812
Historian Carole Bucy talks about how Nashville, Tenn., evolved from a frontier outpost to a bustling state capital after the War of 1812.
 27/11/2021  15:00-16:00  (60) 
John Roy Price, The Last Liberal Republican: An Insider's Perspective on Nixon's Surprising Social Policy
Former aide John Roy Price gives a behind-the-scenes view of President Nixon's domestic agenda.
 27/11/2021  16:00-17:10  (70) 
Lectures in History
Abram Van Engen of Washington University in St. Louis teaches a class about how the Pilgrims became part of the United States' founding story in 19th-century history textbooks.
 27/11/2021  17:10-18:00  (50) 
Nashville After the War of 1812
Historian Carole Bucy talks about how Nashville, Tenn., evolved from a frontier outpost to a bustling state capital after the War of 1812.
 27/11/2021  18:00-19:00  (60) 
John Roy Price, The Last Liberal Republican: An Insider's Perspective on Nixon's Surprising Social Policy
Former aide John Roy Price gives a behind-the-scenes view of President Nixon's domestic agenda.
 27/11/2021  19:00-20:11  (71) 
The Presidency [NEW]
President Lyndon Johnson's daughter, Lynda, marries U.S. Marine Capt. Charles Robb in a Dec. 9, 1967 White House ceremony.
 27/11/2021  20:11-21:00  (49) 
The Presidency [NEW]
President Nixon's daughter, Tricia, marries Edward Cox on June 12, 1971 in the first Rose Garden wedding.
 27/11/2021  21:00-22:25  (85) 
Preserving Emmett Till's Memory
A discussion on maintaining the historical legacy of Emmett Till featuring his cousin Reverend Parker, Emmett Till Interpretive Center co-founder Patrick Weems, Emmett Till Memorial Commission member Jessie Jaynes-Diming, and professor Dave Tell.
 27/11/2021  22:25-23:36  (71) 
Ronald Reagan's Tear Down This Wall Speech
The Hoover Institution co-hosts a look back at President Reagan's June 12, 1987, Berlin speech imploring the Soviets to tear down the Berlin Wall; speakers include speech author Peter Robinson.
 27/11/2021  23:36-01:00  (84) 
Allen Guelzo, Robert E. Lee - A Life
Allen Guelzo talks about Confederate General Robert E. Lee's life from boyhood through the Civil War.
 28/11/2021  01:00-02:10  (70) 
Lectures in History
Abram Van Engen of Washington University in St. Louis teaches a class about how the Pilgrims became part of the United States' founding story in 19th-century history textbooks.
 28/11/2021  02:10-03:00  (50) 
Nashville After the War of 1812
Historian Carole Bucy talks about how Nashville, Tenn., evolved from a frontier outpost to a bustling state capital after the War of 1812.
 28/11/2021  03:00-04:00  (60) 
John Roy Price, The Last Liberal Republican: An Insider's Perspective on Nixon's Surprising Social Policy
Former aide John Roy Price gives a behind-the-scenes view of President Nixon's domestic agenda.